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Wednesday March 26, 2014
Doug Mudd, ANA Museum Curator, gave a talk to the Colorado Springs Coin Club on Tuesday night titled "Currency of Colorado."
Monday March 24, 2014
The Casino Chip & Gaming Token Collector’s Club, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jonathan Ullman, Executive Director of The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, will be speaking at the volunteer’s banquet on Saturday, June 2, 2014, at 7 p.m. The volunteer’s banquet is the wrap up for the 22nd convention of the world’s largest club devoted solely to collecting casino memorabilia. The hobby has expanded exponentially into every aspect of gaming in America as well as across the entire world. No item too small or too large that has an identifiable logo or casino name attached to it goes uncollected.
Monday March 24, 2014
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® has certified the superb Benchmark Collection, a complete set of Australian pre-decimal coins. The collection includes a number of finest known examples and important rarities as well as several previously undocumented varieties.
Friday March 21, 2014
Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® has graded more than 200 Roman gold coins from the superb collection of the late Andre Constantine Dimitriadis, a California collector and founder of LTC Properties, a Westlake Village, California-based real estate investment trust. Assembled over a period of more than 20 years, the Dimitriadis Collection includes a number of extremely rare and pristine-quality Roman gold coins struck circa 50 B.C. to A.D. 500.
Thursday March 20, 2014
Saturday, March 15, 2014, was the 2,058th anniversary of the death of Julius Caesar. In his honor, Kids Zone participants conducted a mock archaeological dig at the Money Museum in Colorado Springs using actual copper coins from the Ancient Roman Empire. There were around 18 children in attendance and every kid went home with at least one ancient Roman copper coin.